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COVID vaccine poll finds more than half of adults are likely to say ‘no thanks’ to the vax

Among U.S. adults, 52% say they will “probably” or “definitely” not get the new COVID-19 vaccine, according to the latest KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation) COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor poll.

Conversely, 23% of adults “definitely” plan to get the vaccine — while another 23% will “probably” get it.

Among the people who said they “definitely” or “probably” will get the new shot, most are Democrats and/or at least 65 years old, the poll found.

Pregnant women should discuss with their obstetrician and decide on a case-by-case basis,” Siegel said.

Added the doctor, “The COVID vaccine is still likely more effective than the flu and RSV vaccine, but has more side effects.”

Fox News Digital reached out to KFF for additional comment on the poll. 

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Melissa Rudy is health editor and a member of the lifestyle team at Fox News Digital. 

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